7 Hair Products For A Chi-Town Winter

If you live here, you get it. The changing of the seasons (and the dropping of the temperatures!) demands that we switch up the way we take care of our hair. You can feel it in your follicles—the dry, straw-like, flyaway situation that makes you want to hide your head inside a cozy winter cap and leave it there. We feel it, too, and it's icky. But, we're not going to let you hide your mane all winter. There are so many cool products out there, to save your tresses from winter's wrath. Read on to find out which hair goodies need to stay stocked in your house 'til the spring thaw, and why they'll give you the gorgeous hair you love all year. Go ahead, winter, bring it!
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Check out the seven hair products that'll treat your tresses right this winter.
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Set the groundwork for a good winter hair day with a super-moisturizing shampoo.

Malin + Goetz Moisturizing Shampoo, $25, available at Beauty Bar.
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Let's all stop being embarrassed in public when we remove our winter hats.

Alterna Winter RX Anti-Static Spray, $20, available at Folica.
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We're not sure where the "mythic" thing comes from, but if they want to re-name this product "split-end preventer" that's fine with us.

L'Oreal Professionnel Mythic Oil, $12.50, available at Amazon.
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Heat styling can punish hair even harder in winter. Make sure you're protecting it with a smart product.

Pravana Keratin Fusion Thermal Insulator, $17.99, available at Hair Care Choices.
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How annoying is dandruff? Get rid of it (quickly) with a dry-scalp targeted shampoo.

Phyto Phythéol Intense Anti-Dandruff Treatment Shampoo, $24, available at What She Buys.
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We love this easy (and affordable!) way to make sure your hair is getting the conditioning it needs all winter.

Garnier 3-Minute Undo Dryness reversal Treatment. $5.99, available at Garnier.
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Some of the best beauty advice we ever got? Spray this on your hairbrush and give your hair a quick brush-through. It gets rid of static like magic.

Static Guard, $4.29, available at Drugstore.com.
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